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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jakedsnake, Sep 15, 2019.
Pocket Worn Harvest Orange Peanut on Sassafras Leaves
The cool evenings will have me firing up the stove pretty soon. This Halfrich has a fall color look about it.
Chamblin Amber Stag is another autumn colored knife.
Tortoise Acrylic Half Congress
Autumn Gold Bone Eureka Jack
Red Stag Cuban
Wormgroove Bone English Jack
My favorite Traditional Forum Saddle Trapper
Ace, that could be the feature photo for October on any Hardware Company calendar! OH
Leaves just starting to change here, will be a month or so to full color.
Don't have the bright colors from the hardwoods here, just the yellows from the Aspen and Cottonwoods. But the Sage and Rocky Mountain Bee Weed are in bloom!
@knowtracks didn't know that pattern came with a Beaver shield..very cool
Liked the pix of your house on the GAW thread, wilderness beauty there
Autumn can be beautiful here if it's bright but some years like this one, it's raging wind and bucketing rain, place looks like a WW 1 battlefield when the mud gets going So I should show black and brown knives...only I won't
Not an outdoor picture this one, but there's wheat fields up the road which might help make this sourdough Levain. Where would we be without farming? People often lose sight of that
"Wir pflügen und wir streuen" We plough the fields and scatter .
Plums ripen with Chestnut Bone
Outside of an autumn afternoon
The camp knife was the Oregon Knife Collectors SFO in 2016
I live bout a mile from the National Forest Service line. It is still pretty natural here. Mrs. Moose decided to have her calf a couple years ago in a small stand of Aspens less than 100 yard from my house!
Which is more cool? an Elk (what we Euros call Moose, got them near my place) and calf or the bone on that Teardrop?? Hard to say as they're different but both beautiful.
Would Stag count? It's sort of fungoid misty seen here on a tree fungus with bird droppings for added realism